• Dnrb (unregistered)

    Frist, please do not respond

  • Ondřej Vágner (google)



    !!!DO NOT USE

  • Andrew (unregistered)

    "It just wouldn't still be 2020 without a new conspiracy theory."

    I hate to break it to you, but the party's over. There's something about hindsight and 2020, but I forgot.

  • (nodebb)

    Three guests in three bedrooms....must not be the fun part of Vegas.

  • (nodebb)

    I'm one of the people who got that test email from HBOMax (and help blow up your inbox), which in my case, was annoying because I didn't have an active subscription at the time the email was sent.

  • Brian (unregistered)
    In turn spawning an angry Twitter mob (because of course it did)

    Yes, Twitter and its brethren are certainly TRWTF these days.

  • I dunno LOL ¯\(°_o)/¯ (unregistered)





  • ThatGuy (unregistered)

    "In turn spawning an angry Twitter mob (because of course it did) excoriating HBO for mistreating the poor schlub, a global We Are Spartacus moment, and alack, a new conspiracy theory because, alas, of course it did. It just wouldn't still be 2020 without a new conspiracy theory."

    We all now know that it's 2021 because, alas, of course, it is.

  • ktxbai (unregistered)

    TRWTF is the website changing name to "What The Heck". My last visit here.

  • (author) in reply to ThatGuy

    2021 isn't its own year, it's DLC for 2020.

  • Edd (unregistered)

    What if 2021 being DLC is an ad about streaming services bwing better?

  • (nodebb) in reply to Remy Porter

    Just because we did not go anywhere for most of 2020, does not mean that year did not exist.

  • Lyle (unregistered) in reply to Nutster

    I love that people in the comments are arguing about what year it is now. So quintessentially 2020. Just FTR and FYI for the unmemed: it's a gag. A riff, a joke, a jape. Perhaps a whimsy but not so light-hearted as all that. What's the bon mot for a joke that isn't funny? My German is inadequate to the task.

    Just as we are all still living in the eternal September, we are all still living in the never-ending story of 2020, sans flying doghorsething. When will we know that 2020 is finally behind us? As Andrew says: only in hindsight.

  • löchleindeluxe (unregistered)

    I for one am in the happy position to make the worst year-related joke: when the age counter ticks over for me, I'll look back on my year and say "that year was fawty indeed"

  • Nonymous (unregistered)

    Wow. Test listing indeed...


  • INVESTGENIX USA (unregistered)
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  • Programmer Bot 1-32612 (unregistered)

    What you do in Beagle stays in Beagle.

  • Neveranulll (unregistered) in reply to Lyle

    We need 20/20 vision to see when 2020 is finally over.

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